A new dawn for Europe's retail ETFs
Retail use of ETFs in Europe is set to grow sharply in the coming years as regulatory, structural and market forces combine to drive demand.
The growth of ETFs - Opportunities and risks for the market
More on-exchange trading will increase European ETF volumes, especially if we grow Europe’s retail investor segment. Using a centralised infrastructure will cut risk, cost and boost liquidity for more lending and borrowing. The opportunities for fund managers to grow with the sector are considerable.
ETFs in securities finance - Exploiting the opportunity
A recent panel comprising Citi, Flow Traders, iShares, State Street and consultancy - CORE Collateral discussed how frictional costs and fragmentation in Europe's ETF market are coming down while availability and loan balances are going up.
International ETFs: Transforming how we work together
The international ETF structure is growing. It simplifies the European ETF post-trade industry and increases liquidity, distribution opportunities and improves transparency.
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ETFs in securities lending and collateral management
ETFs are on the increase in Europe. However Europe is still lagging behind the US when it comes to using ETFs in securities lending and collateral.
ETFs securities lending - the right path to success
We believe the European ETF market may be ready to take the bold step into securities lending. What has held it back until now? Why is the time right to give this focus?
ETFs to overcome fragmentation and boost liquidity
In Europe alone, there are 51 providers of ETFs, with products available on 25 different exchanges. International ETFs may be the solution against fragmentation.
ETF Securities lending: creating a path to greater market liquidity
The US ETF securities lending market is worth about US $100bn, with 30% of that total on loan at any one time. Europe by comparison is just one quarter of that size – US$25bn – with a significantly smaller average percentage of securities in use, at 5%.